Nick Kay's Perth Wildcats made light work of the Illawarra Hawks in their clash on Friday night cruising to a 103-76 win at RAC Arena.
The Tamworth export contributed nine points, and pulled off seven rebounds and two steals as the defending champions made it two from two to start the 2019/20 season.
Bryce Cotton led the way as the home side grew a healthy first half advantage
He had 23 at the main break and the Wildcats a 13-point lead.
With the second half came a hot-shooting Terrico White who, with back-to-back-to-back treys, helped blow the lead out to 28 with a quarter to play.
Cotton finished with 28 while White tallied 19.
Meanwhile Dario Hunt had a break out game of sorts.
After struggling with foul trouble in his Wildcats debut, the recruit played with aggression and confidence to impact the game.
He racked up a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds.
Wildcats coach Trevor Gleeson said his team improved as a whole from last week.
"The guys were on song, they have a lot of scorers, they can rack up points in a hurry and our perimeter defence was outstanding," Gleeson said.
"It was a step forward for us. Last week we only played two quarters and tonight we played a good, solid four quarters of basketball."
The Wildcats' next assignment is against the Cairns Taipans next Friday night at RAC Arena.